We are pleased to return to the European Neuro Convention (17-18 March 2020) for the third year in a row at the NEC in Birmingham!

Find us on Stand N331 where we will be demonstrating the Andago body weight support system, and the ArmeoSpring and ArmeoSenso upper limb rehabilitation devices.

Developed by Hocoma, these devices are suitable for patients with neurological disorders, brain and spinal injuries, movement disorders and more.

We will also be representing our partner Motek, who is the global leader in virtual reality and robotics research and rehabilitation, combining almost 20 years of experience in developing high-level technology. Motek’s devices include the RYSEN which is the next generation of 3D body weight support, and the C-Mill augmented and virtual reality instrumented treadmill.

About the Andago body weight support system

The Andago is a free-moving robotic body weight support system, which bridges the gap between treadmill-based gait training and free overground walking. The Andago actively follows the patient while they are supported in the self-directing robotic device.

The Andago is hands-free and is flexible to use from room to room, so therapists aren’t exposed to physical strain and don’t have to focus on the security and stability of their patient. Instead, they can focus purely on delivery high-quality therapy for the patient.

About the ArmeoSpring

The ArmeoSpring is an adjustable exoskeleton which supports the whole arm, from shoulder to hand, and counterbalances the weight of the patient’s arm. This allows simultaneous arm and hand training in an extensive 3D workspace with six degrees of freedom, and enables patients to use any remaining motor function to achieve a higher number of reach and grasp movements.

Available in adult and paediatric models, the ArmeoSpring is the only upper limb rehabilitation device which offers selective joint control, which enables patients to practise precise upper limb movements that are key for their therapy progress and everyday life. Built-in sensors record the active movements and joint angles for accurate reporting.

About the ArmeoSenso

The ArmeoSenso is a new development in the field of upper limb rehabilitation. The ArmeoSenso is a set of movement sensors, which are attached to the chest, arm and wrist, with a hand module which patients can move around and grip. Highly-intensive, self-initiated and motivating, the ArmeoSenso enables patients to complete precise and repeatable assessments. The ArmeoSenso comes with a wide range of exercises and games, for patient interaction and performance feedback, either via the wrist sensor or the hand module.

Clinical trials

We are now offering clinical trials and in-clinic demonstrations of the Andago, ArmeoSenso and ArmeoSpring. If you would like to trial any of these devices with your own patients, please contact us with your request. Read more.

About our partner Hocoma

Hocoma is the global market leader for the development, manufacturing and marketing of robotic and sensor-based devices for functional movement therapy. Summit Medical and Scientific were appointed partner with Hocoma in May 2018, and you can find out more about Hocoma and their products here.

About our partner Motek

Motek is the global market leader  in  treadmill-based gait analysis and training, combining almost 20 years of experience in high-level technology and virtual reality. Motek excel in building the most versatile devices, integrating latest technologies and ensuring real-time data collection and feedback. Read more.